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Making Music Together in London

When looking for things to do in London, it’s easy to assume that we’re limited to the same old landmarks.

Sure, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben remain important landmarks in one of the world’s most renowned cities, but if it’s been done before, then those visiting London will be keen to look at more unique experiences.

Similarly, those who live in or near London will have already experienced the tourist traps and are keen to embrace something more, especially when it comes to couples.

One of the main things that can bond a couple can be a shared interest in music, so if you’re looking for something musical, fun and different then why not try out the following experiences.

Sing in the Rain with the Silent Disco West End Musical Tour

The love of music can be purely subjective. Although some may prefer the rock ‘n roll lifestyle, others will be more accustomed to West End Musicals.

If you’re more a fan of “Cats” and “Les Misérables” as opposed to Queen and the Rolling Stones, then this is the experience for you.

Wearing a state-of-the-art headset, you and a loved one can enjoy some of your favourite show tunes while exploring the 2.5-mile radius of the iconic West End

As well as guaranteed laughs, you can also be confident of inside stories that you won’t hear anywhere else.

Even if you think you know there is to know about the West End, this magical and musical tour will make you think again.

Have a “Rebel Rebel” Personality? Then the Rock ‘n Roll Stroll Walking Tour is Perfect

Okay, although not everyone loves rock ‘n roll, there will be dedicated followers that can’t enough of it.

A complete flip reverse of the Silent Disco West End Musical Tour, the Rock ‘n Roll Stroll Walking Tour offers those with a more rebellious side and a love for the more rock-orientated genre will love this tour led by legendary Vibrators member John Ellis.

You can disregard unofficial biographies and the repeating of information found online, as the Rock n Roll Stroll Walking Tour tells a series of stories of some of rock’s most iconic musicians such as David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix, all from someone who is an inspiring musician and was there at the time.

Spend a fascinating two hours exploring some of the most infamous musical locations that details events you will have never heard of before.

Think it couldn’t get any better? Then think again, as couples fortunate enough to take part in the Rock n’ Roll Stroll Walking Tour will also be given a signed copy of John Ellis’s new solo CD.

If you and a loved one are ready to rock, then why not take part in this unique and immersive experience today.

Sing for your Supper with Singeasy

Don’t worry, this isn’t a modern-day interpretation of “Oliver!” but rather a unique experience that allows you a loved one to tone your tonsils while enjoying a delicious two-course meal with bottomless Prosecco.

Whether you’re looking to surprise a loved one or you’re simply looking for something music-orientated that’s also original, then the Singeasy experience is for you.

Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a West-End singing sensation to enjoy the Singeasy experience, as you will be backed by a pianist and singing waiters that offers something different and nothing like a night of karaoke.

Even if you don’t want to be the centre of attention, there’s still plenty to enjoy about the Singeasy experiences, such as the fabulous food, a wide range of cocktails, and of course those who do decide to perform.

Whatever way you approach the Singeasy experience, there’s always something to enjoy, and in most instances, could be a cheaper alternative to an otherwise generic night out.

Fine Tune Your Four String Skills with The Strum the Ukulele

We don’t all have musical skill, or at least we think we don’t. Not only have acts such as Ed Sheeran and The Lumineers showcased just how cool the ukulele is, it’s also a complete joy to learn when you’re in the right hands.

If you and a loved one are looking to make beautiful music together, then why not take advantage of this immersive and enjoyable class fronted by no other than Peggy Lee, a seasoned regular at the Edinburgh Fringe.

So, what will your loved one be learning with this unique experience? As well as learning the basics, such as holding the ukulele in the right way, to more advanced steps such as singing with a group.

Don’t worry, this class is all about fun, so there’s never any pressure.

Ukuleles are provided, but those looking to perfect their craft may want to bring their own.

Whatever approach you decide in, the Strum the Ukulele can help you master one of the most alluring instruments in the world, while having a lot of fun in the process.

Regardless of what nice of music you’re interested, there are many experiences in London that can help offer something for music-loving couples that offers something different and personal.

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